Free Pattern. Groovy Glasses Case competition winner !

So.. last week on my Bag Sewing Group Facebook board  I ran a mini competition for the best case using the free Groovy Glasses Case pattern. (You can get it in my tutorials section here) The only rules were to make one, or make a new flap shape, ingenious embellishments or a novel use. I […]

So.. last week on my Bag Sewing Group Facebook board  I ran a mini competition for the best case using the free Groovy Glasses Case pattern. (You can get it in my tutorials section here)

The only rules were to make one, or make a new flap shape, ingenious embellishments or a novel use.

I saw hundreds of glasses cases last week, I was blown away, what a great reception for the pattern, everyone loved it. Thank you everyone for getting involved.

So I just wanted to show you a few of the brilliant entries before announcing the winner:

In the end, I just couldn’t decide which to pick, there were so many fabulous creations, so I put it to a vote in the Bag Sewing Group.

And still, they kept coming !

 

And by a landslide victory, the winner is Kate: A lady who is a most entertaining member of the group who shares her learning journey with us. She has created a glasses case in wool herringbone, with a vinyl saddle shaped flap, a fantastic creation for someone who only started sewing a couple of years ago. Well done Kate !

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So, a brilliant week, and thank you so much for joining the fun. We’ll run another comp in a few weeks time.

Why don’t you join us on the Spencer Ogg Bag Sewing Group

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NEWS FLASH !

Fame (I’m gonna live forever)

NEWS FLASH! Spencer Ogg pattern featured yesterday on the front page of Pattern Pile   (grab a wee discount code to celebrate)

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Lovely to see one of my patterns on their site. I have been selling this sewing pattern steadily for a while now, it’s a firm favourite, and it is available in various sizes to fit various tablet and iPad models-

  • iPad models 1 2 3 and 4, and any tablet up to a size of
    9.56″ x 7.47″ x 0.5″ (24.3cm x 19cm x 1.3cm) click here
  • iPad Air models, and any tablet up to a size of  9.4″ x 6.6″ x 0.3″ (24cm x 16.9cm x 0.75cm) click here
  • iPad mini and similar size tablets: (Blackberry Playbook/HTC Flyer/Lenovo IdeaPad A1/Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and many more)
    7.87 in × 5.30 in × 0.28 in (20 cm × 13.5 cm × 0.7 cm) click here

I’ts a nice easy make and you can use up lots of your stash of oddments and pretty haberdashery.

Use the code OGG10 at checkout to grab a 10% discount on any patterns on my Etsy Shop PDF Patterns Plus

I think I may pop a bottle of Prosecco tonight to celebrate

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Stitchable Storage

So…I’m thinking about storage solutions for my new studio (currently being built – jumps up and down with excitement), I thought it would be fun to do a round-up of stitchable storage patterns. I am going to be making a few of these myself – everything matchy-matchy to start with of course.

Adobe Spark (3)

 

 Reversible sewing basket from eHow

Bubble Pods Pattern from Beth Studley

The Oslo craft bag from Sew Sweetness

The Sewing Project Bag from ricracsews

Flared Top Baskets From Around the Bobbin

Happy sewing everyone !

OMG Christmas is nearly coming!

So…….. we are already heading towards Christmas. Time for us to start thinking about gifts for friend’s and relative’s kids. I want to share with you a few free patterns for soft toys. Most can be made from fat quarters, so it’s easy to pick up beautifully co-ordinating fabrics. Links below.

fat quarter animals

Raindrop from We are Scout

Malcolm The Dog from Corinne Bradd

fabric birds by designer Helen Philipps

 Unicorn Toy from Art Gallery Fabrics

Love bird swans from Sew Magazine.

 

happy Sewing everyone !